This book presents an exceptional collection of 11 articles on contemporary research studies that address current and critical issues of researches, theories and practices in the fields of mathematics education at various levels from primary to tertiary education. In addition, the book covers various innovative research studies from both local and abroad such as cognitive diagnostic assessment (CDA) and assessment for learning (AfL), teaching and learning of mathematics using the dynamic geometry software (DGS), action-process-object-schema (APOS) theory and relationship mapping and inverse (RMI) principle, as well as mathematics lesson structure (MLS) and collaborative lesson research (CLR). The contents of this book should be of interest to both national and international researchers and scholars, particularly mathematics educators, mathematics education researchers, teacher trainers, university students, teachers, curriculum planners, as well as policymakers.
|Author||Lim Chap Sam|
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